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Dominic Cummings timeline MAPPED: Where Dominic Cummings travelled revealed

DOMINIC CUMMINGS gave a full account of his movements from March to mid-April during the time he stands of breaching the sentiment of lockdown restrictions. But where did he travel and when?

PUBLISHED: 11:24, Tue, May 26, 2020 | UPDATED: 12:35, Tue, May 26, 2020

Douglas Ross resigns after Dominic Cummings lockdown row

 

Dominic Cummings has been the chief adviser to Prime Minister Boris Johnson since July 2019 but is now facing calls to resign after he travelled to visit his parents’ farm in Durham during the coronavirus lockdown. The aide insists he has done nothing wrong, saying he had “no regrets” over his actions, but the extraordinary press conference on Monday night seems to have only heightened anger over his movements. Express.co.uk has compiled an easy guide to show where Dominic Cummings travelled to and when.

 

March 18

The PM announced people must remain at home for seven days if they believe they have coronavirus symptoms.

He also said if one member of a household thinks they have COVID-19 symptoms, the whole household must stay at home for 14 days.

Mr Johnson added: “Children should not be left with older grandparents, or older relatives, who may be particularly vulnerable or fall into some of the vulnerable groups.”

March 22

New Government guidance was published mandating people remain at their “primary residence” and not take steps to visit second homes.

March 23

Mr Johnson rolled out the lockdown stating people must stay at home except for essential travel: shopping for basic necessities, one form of exercise a day, medical needs or to provide care to a vulnerable person.

 
 

READ MORE: Coronavirus symptoms: GP finds major hole in Dominic Cummings’ story

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Dominic Cummings timeline MAPPED: Where exactly did Dominic Cummings travel in March and April? (Image: PA)

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Dominic Cummings timeline MAPPED: Mr Cummings awoke with COVID-19 symptoms on March 28 (Image: PA)

 

March 27

Mr Johnson is confirmed to have tested positive for coronavirus and Mr Cummings is seen leaving Downing Street shortly after the PM posted a video confirming his diagnosis.

On Monday, Mr Cummings said: “I suddenly got a call from my wife who was looking after our four-year-old child. She told me she suddenly felt badly ill.”

He explained he went home and when his wife felt better he had returned to work.

That evening, he said he “drove up to Durham” and arrived at “roughly midnight” with his family.

March 28

Mr Cummings said he awoke “in pain and clearly had COVID-19 symptoms, including a bad headache and serious fever”.

March 30

Downing Street confirmed Mr Cummings is self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms.

Durham Police received “reports that an individual had travelled from London to Durham and was present at an address in the city”.

The force says officers “made contact with the owners of that address who confirmed that the individual in question was present and was self-isolating in part of the house”.

 

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Dominic Cummings timeline MAPPED: Mr Cummings’ son was taken to hospital via ambulance on April 2 (Image: PA)

April 1

Durham Police spoke to Mr Cummings’ father who confirmed the family were staying at the property.

In a statement, the police said: “We can further confirm that our officer gave no specific advice on coronavirus to any members of the family and that Durham Constabulary deemed that no further action was required in that regard.

“Our officer did, however, provide the family with advice on security issues.”

April 2

Overnight, Mr Cummings’ son was taken ill and so the couple called 999 and the boy was taken to hospital by ambulance.

Mr Cummings said he was too ill to go, but his wife went with their son.

April 3

The next day Mr Cumminfgs said his wife called to say their son had recovered and could return home.

Mr Cummings drove to the hospital to pick his wife and son up but says he did not leave the car or have any contact with another person.

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